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Can't change audio sample rate in Adobe Premiere Pro 7.0

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by Guest1234, Apr 21, 2005.

  1. Guest1234

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    I have a video clip that I want to take a part from it.
    The clip's audio sample rate is 44100 Hz.
    When I import it and "crop" a part of it and play it the sound doesn't match the video, for example you hear someone talk in the clip but his lips aren't moving, because the sequence audio sample rate is 32000Hz.
    I tried to change it by selecting the Project -> Project Settings - General menu but the audio sample rate drop down box is grayed and "stuck" on 32000Hz.

    How can I change it?

    My computer specs are:
    Pentium 4 2.4GHz
    256 MB of Ram

    Graphic card: NVIDIA GeForce4 MMX with AGP8x
    Sound card: SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
     
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    What is the Audio Format in your Video Clip???
     
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    I've managed to solve it on my own, I just had to open a new project and there to set a different sample rate(kinda weird that you can't change it after you've created the project), but thanks anyway :)
     

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